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he trek to Base Camp of Annapurna shows the whole snow-capped mountain ranges that are magnificent and colossal against the blue sky. As we inhale the air in its purest form, a trekker thrives in front of the awe-inspiring mountain ranges.

Not just the view on one majestic Himalaya, we will be blessed with the panoramic and picturesque view of Tent Peak, Hiunchuli, Gangapurna, Annapurna II, Anapurna III, Annapurna IV, and Annapurna South. But the most important one is reaching our destination via Mt. Machapuchhre (Fishtail) which is well revered by the Nepalese for its unique beauty.  Their beauty is indescribable and incomparable- they will draw all your attention and grab your mind with their beauty. And at the end, you will be spending hours capturing the moments in camera but none of them will never be enough.

And it’s not just the Himalayans that would grab you hard, the remote villages of Nepal as you pass through and hospitality at every tea house you spend your night will leave you amused. The tiny monasteries and threatening suspension bridge will add the adventure while you climb the stone-paved trails for hours. But when you wake of each morning, the scenes around you will make you forget the pain of earlier day and all you want to do is go further on.

While Rhododendron and Oka forest walks along with you Sweating and blowing out air your feet don’t want to stop. While the beautiful landscapes seen from the trail absorbs your mind frequent wild encounter and small rives make you go crazy.

Best Time to Travel:

ABC looks majestic and capturing all season. But trials are more beautiful during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (Sept. to Nov.). During these months, the weather is warm and the sky is clear with outstanding views. But if you wish to avoid crowds and enjoy all the gifts of nature by yourself, vacation season (Dec., Jan. and Feb.) could also be an option. However, be prepared to face the harsh temperature. Trekking in the summer (June to Aug.) is affected by rain but could be a boon for a keen botanist.

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